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dedication 




The class of 19S9 >vislips to dediratf tlic PORTICO 
to our newly appointed Associate Dean, Mr. Milo F. 
(;albraitli. Dean (;albraith is well deserving of this new 
position, lie also serves the college as (iKiirinan oT the 
Social Studies Department. 

As teacher and dean, he ha> h.lp.d make our two 
years at Bay Path mo>l nicaiiiri;;riil ami pleasant. \X <■ 
are grateful for his guidance and will always rcmcnd)cr 
his cheerfulness and kindness. 




faculty and 



Philip H. Clarke 

Chairman, Department of English 





Arthur A. Hart 
Chairman, Art Department 



Jo-anne Ayre 

Director of Student Activities 





Kuth K. Gobs 
Director of fiesidence 



Margaret E. Dick 

Director, Secretarial Sciences 



adminiistratioii 




Milo F. Galbraith 
Associate Dean 



Thomas G. Carr 
President 





Alice K. I5ra.ll. V 

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Margaret K. Donahue 
Secretarial Science 




Genevieve Murphy 
Secretarial Science 




Shirley Baillieul 
Science 




Jeanette T. Wr 
Social Studies 



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Doris C. Houghton 
Secretarial Science 




Jeanne D. Busser 
Medical Secretarial Science 



JTit'smui 




Marion Merrifield 
Executive Secretary 





Carolyn D. Locke 
I'oice 



Ethlyn Greenwood 
Associate Librarian 



Florence L. McKee 
Nurse 




Constance De Muzio 
Ens.lish 





Richard W. Van Heusen 
Interior Decorating 



William R. Palmer 
English 




Hubert Kregeloh 

History and World Affairs 




Dorothy H. McGovern 
Assistant to Director of 
Admissions 




Marie G. Seaton 
Secretarial Science 




Dr. Seth Arsenian 
Social Studies 



senior officers 




Ellen Gcrte . . . Vi<:e I'residcnt 
Patricia Kirkley . . . r'rcsidcnt 
Kathcrine Vt Ood . . . Treasurer 
Mr. I'liilij) (;iarkc . . . Advisor 
.(u<lv ViiKciil . . . Serrelarv 




LOHKAINK GAIL ALIJANI. "Lorry" ... a 
true friend with a {;reat sense of humor . . . (jniet? 
.... never a dull luoiuent . . . "How about eards?" 
. . . the ^irl with all the problems. 



MARY JULIANNA ASHE. "Bucky" . . . Bay 

Path's professional model . . . always on time . . . 
loves Ohio . . . "It's your own that tell you." . . . 
tailor-made clothes — Mom . . . "belle eyes" — 
once in a Blue Moon — oh, what charm! 





CAROL FERRARA ALTORINO. The girl 
with the diamonds, T-bird, Olds convertible, and 
a husband . . . can be found in the south end of 
the lounge . . . always offers that helping hand 
like a true friend. 



MARCIA BALABAN. Once a friend, always 
a friend . . . infectious laugh . . . likes l)ridge, mid- 
night snacks, and singing . . . Portico Production 
Editor . . . "Want to go for cofTee?" . . . "Jiomc- 
work, who, me?" 




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BARBARA RUTH BARTON. Infectious gig- 
gle . . . Bay Path's only baritone . . . cha cha cha 
. . . never a dull moment . . . foxes and bull dogs 
rate high . . . loves people and they love her . . . 
"How tall is he?" 



LINDA HAVENS BAUER. "Lynne" ... little 
blonde with a sweet personality . . . "Guess what?" 
.... oh, those Wesleyan week ends! . . . "From 
Smith — Heavens, no!" 





DORISANN BORKOWSKI. "Doris" . . . 
Friendly's best friend . . . bright eyes ... a wiggle 
and a walk . . . sharp dresser . . . lover of poetry 
. . . efficiency plus ... "I feel like talking." 



CATHERINE IAS BOl LI KOS. "Cathy" 
. . . Dorm President . . . sweet smile and warm 
personality . . . sparkling brown eyes . . . Thump- 
er Queen of Room 4 . . . "He's u nice prrsonl" . . . 
"You're right!" . . . "Okay, peoples" ... "I fiir- 
goot!" . . . Honorary member of \^ estover's \\-7^'l 
crew. 





WIMFHKl) KITH HKANDT. "Wini" . . . 
a piquant faro . . . rofrt-sliin^ and impulsive . . . 
intollifienl personality . . . Queen of the A.I.C. 
Junior Prom . . . "This is ridiculous!" . . . Georgia- 
hound! . . . "Let's ffo to the art room." 



JEANNE ANN BRAULT. Big brown inno- 
cent eyes, but oh, what a devil . . . "My baby's 
calling me tonight" . . . Tiger . . . "Are you set or 
what!" . . . "Care!" . . . ice blue . . . Loves Lido's 
grinders . . . our Yale puppy. 





JANET CATHERINE BREAULT. Treas- 

urer of the Student Council . . . "How Nice!" . . . 
cute, pert blonde with lots of pep . . . warm, witty 
and sincere personality . . . Room 4's "Queen Mis- 
chief Maker" . . . tired elbows . . . loves Howie 
and "Cheyenne." 



ANNE THERESA BRIGGS. "Annie" ... "I 
love this song!" . . . Student Council . . . once 
u'luM never play bridge . . . last at dinner . . . 
Queeii'3 Court . . . loves cheeseburgers ... a little 
girl with a big personality. 




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BEVERLY ANN BROWN. "Bev" ... a real 
friend . . . "My mother's car" . . . busy week ends 
. . . "I'm so tired, I don't feel like studying." . . . 
always hungry . . . "Gee." 



NATALIE JEAN BURGIIOFF. "Nat " . . . 
Pretty as a picture . . . "Oh, kids!" . . . Friendiy's 
. . . sparkling eyes ... a wardrobe of style . . . so- 
phisticated . . . "Where are my tweezers?" 





MARILYN BETH BURNIIAM. "Mae" . . . 
easy to love . . . luscious blue eyes and gorgeous 
blonde hair . . . Queen of A.I.C. dance . . . SKI 
MUCH, MAE? . . . "What a blast!" . . . "Did 
you hear this one, kids?" . . . "Just My Mill." 



K\THI.KK\ ANNE Bl HNS. kathy" . . . 
that clicsliire grin! . . . collcclor of "(iordo Origi- 
nals" . . . tres gay . . . with the vogue . . . and so 
to sleep again . . . affable . . . "Oh, to be snow- 
bound again." 




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SUSANNE IIARTLAND BURROWS. "Sue" 
. . . vivacious brunette . . . pixie haircut . . . expres- 
sive eyes . . . home every week end — wonder why? 
. . . "Did 1 get any mail today?" . . . always ready 
for a !io<"l time. 



ANNE KATHRYN BYRNIE. Irish eyes . . . 
morning sneezer . . . "Know what I mean?" . . . 
study girl of Room 7 . . . Westward bound . . . 
gets a daily letter from her favorite guitar play- 





NANCY ADELINE CALAM. The "mad art- 
ist" . . •. Bay Path's import from Southern Semi- 
nary ... a quiet, friendly personality . . . often 
seen at the fraternity house with the "red doors" 
always ready to lend a hand. 



PAULINE ANNE CLEARY. "Polly" . . . 
good things r;ome in small packages . . . lops at 
modeling . . . "Guess what I did this weekend?" 
. . . vivacious personality . . . always the fifth for 
whistll . . . should inukc any doctor happy. 




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JUNE LUELLA CLOUTIER. "Can I have 
your pennies? pleaseez." . . . "Ah, come on." . . . 
always willing to go out of her way to help ... "I 
should get a letter today" . . . "Whatcha doing, 
lady?" 



MARY LOUISE CODY. "Mary Lou" . . . 
unforgetable laugh . . . blush much? . . . music be- 
fore dinner . . . "Kids, I lost my contacts again." 
. . . dorm jester . . . her friends are many, her foes 
— are there any? 





MARY LOU CORROW. "All right, who 

doesn't want to play cards?" . . . Literary Editor 
. . . "What's your problem?" . . . little girl with 
the big "swept wing" . . . expressive personality 
. . . "Lake Placid, here I come." 



NANCY JEAN CRAMER. "Vucncor" . . . 
Bay Path's attractive blonde . . . Ifourglass Kdi- 
tor . . . loves sports — especially G()LF!!I . . . ex- 
pert hopper . . . 1956 A. i.e. yueeii . . . "(iiilifur- 
nia, here 1 come" . . . Dean's List. 




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IMIIKIEL LOIUSE CKOSS. "Moo" . . . 
sparkliiii; eyes and an aura of grace ... a radiant 
smile for everyone . . . first love — New Hampshire 
. . . liostonian accent . . . picture of a New Eng- 
land college girl . . . "Kids, I'm snowed!!" 



KARLENE MARY DEAKIN. Tall, attrac- 
tive sophisticate . . . exotic eyes . . . most valued 
possession — gold football . . . gracious and com- 
posed . . . eflBcient . . . "Seriously though, kids." 





PENELOPE ANN DECKER, Sincere, pleas- 
ing personality . . . dependable and fun to be with 
. . . "Oh, that song!" . . . Where did you get those 
Babson bookcovers. Penny? . . . always ready for 
a good time. 



NANCY C\ll. DICKSON. "Piedmont— 

you've probably never heard of it." . . . "Where's 
Win!?" ... "I got a letter" . . . "Oh, kids" . . . 
lirpjid emerald eyes with long lashes . . . likes 
David, kittens, bridge, mints, and David. 




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JANE VIRGINIA EICKMEYER. "Ike" . . . 
lovely red hair . . . "Going to U-Conn tonight" . . . 
"Maybe you don't know who I am!!!" . . . peddle 
to school much? . . . love that "Separate Shop." 



FRANCES ANN FALKOWSKI. "Frannie" 
. . . sweet and petite . . . always smiling and happy 
. . . "Sure, I'd love to go for a pizza" . . . quiet and 
blonde . . . the driver of the light blue Ford . . . 
loves to study Germany. 





KATHLEEN GAIL FARHELL. "iiootsie " 

. . . Tony Ravosa's most ardent admirer . . . mu- 
sic and art enthusiast . . . professional student . . . 
the Irish Philosopher . . . wavy black hair and 
serious green eyes . . . "Hey, kids, 1 just had a 
new nephew!" 



LAURA-.IEAN MARY FOHMAGGIOM. 

"Laurie" . . . shorthand interrupts her corfcc 
break . . . "Friendly's anyone?" . . . always a joke 
to (it the occasion . . . ardent fnn of iii.iilTiicn . . . 
sports, dancing, ;in(l mii--ic .iic Inr l.i\iiril(- . . . 
sparkiinj; brown eyes. 




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JUDITH (;ii AY FKEDETTE. A popular 

lass witli soft brown eyes . . . "Let's play cards!" 
. . . "Let's ^o for piz/a!" . . . "Did the ixiail come 
yet?" . . . Avariii, friendly manner ... a little bit 
nicer than nice. 



GAY JOHNSON FROSCH. Quiet manner 
. . . will make an excellent secretary . . . "Oh, 
kids, did I tell you?" . . . contagious laugh . . . 
shorthand whiz . . . friendly . . "What are you 
blushing for. Gay?" 





LORRAINE ANN GABRENAS. Acutiewith 
pretty hair . . . loves convertibles and frosting . . . 
"Did you kids get my mail?" . . . Athol-bound on 
weekends . . . "my partner won't play her cards 
right" . . . Lake Placid adventuress. 



BEVERLY JEAN GENEREL'X. "Bev" . . . 

always ready to help . . . considerate and kind . . . 
"Gimme back my knife." . . . always ready for a 
good time . . . takes pride in her appearance . . . 
Queen's Court at Winter Foririai. 




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ANNETTE JEAN GENOVESE. Her eyes tell 
her story . . . sparkles with vitality . . . "Let's go 
to T.E.K.". . . "y-e-a-h" . . . always willing to lend 
a hand. 



ELLEN MARIE GERTE. "Ree" . . . pretty 
and vivacious . . . "Let's laugh" ... a natural co- 
median . . . Queen's Court ... a lab enthusiast 
. . . "6' 3", he's for me" . . . Alpha Sigma Doug — 
whoops. Delta! 





LINDA EVELYN GLASS. Small and viva- 
cious . . . full of fun . . . "I'm liking that sports 
car." . . . fashion model . . . personality for suc- 
cess . . . "Hey pipes, let's go to the drug store." 



MARGVHKT ROSE GOTI V. M;irg«" . . . 
neat appearance . . . likes fruil . . . pleasing per- 
sonality . . . "Did you study?" . . . helpful and 
considerate . . . fashionable . . . "How was your 
week end?" . . . oriian enthusiast. 





EILF.FN CVTIIKKINK GOl LD. Pride of 

tlie Irish . . . short hair, due to frequent attacks 
of scissoritis . . . class jester . . . considerate — ex- 
cept for time . . . "Foxy means sneaky." 



SANDRA LOUISE HAGEN. "Sam" . . . "ya 
boob!". . ."Let's went" . . . meek as a lamb? . . . 
contagious smile . . . loyalty and honesty above 
all ... a true friend . . . "one" . . . "Worcester, of 





FRANCES THERESA HAPCOOK. "Hap- 
py" . . . smart dresser . . . "Love that Willy Cha 
Cha!" . . . "Hey, kids, it's Friday; let's sing to 
Lil!" . . . "Answer that phone." . . . "Oh, I'm so 
frustrated." . . . I'm engaged-What? Yes, John. 



GAIL ELIZABEITII IIASSOM. Terrific 

sense of humor . . . those natural curls! . . . likes 
to travel . . . loves hot dogs . . . oh, those (.'adets! 
. . . "Here we go 'round the Ueuningtoii monu- 
ment!" 




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BARBARA ANNE HAYNES. "Dixie" . . . 
southern belle from the Berkshires . . . girl of 
many moods ... a world of her own . . . terrific on 
monologues . . . versatile little miss . . . bright cap 
of blonde hair . . . "Aw, shucks!" 



NANCY JANE HOUSE. Pretty smile . . , 
easy to get along with . . . enjoys modeling . . . 
loves stuffed animals and French poodles . . . 
"Hey kids, I drove a trailer truck" . . . "Let's go 
to Friendly's." 





SANDRA irOWARD. "Sambo" ... a tall, at- 
tractive (.'OLLI'Xil'] GIRL . . . partial to Prince- 
ton men . . . flirtatious . . . first love. Drama . . . 
Wednesday nighler . . . "He's really neat." . . . 
There's also a serious side lo life. 



BAKBAKV ANN .fOMNSON. lingo . . . 
Orange, orange . . . loves lo read . . . always heard 
in the lounge singing "Mad Passionate Love" . . . 
pet peeve — unmailables . . . red hair, vvoinli rlnl 
personality . . . "Wail, I Iimm' lo |iiit <>u iii\ 
boots."' 




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.11 niTII HENEE KAIFMAN. Judy" . . . 
pcppv personality aiul ciito, loo . . . likes Steve, 
cliinese food, canasta, and Steve . . . "Please brief 
me." . . . "Tin so embarrassed." . . . ob, ibose 
trips to U-Conn! . . . terrific friend, lau{;bter plus. 



CAROLE ADELE KING. "Car" . . . sweet 
and petite, and oh, those eyes . . . "Jerry" . . . 
"Boston, here I come." . . . "If I don't get a letter" 
. . . always found studying . . . smile worth a mil- 
lion. 





LINDA CLAIRE KINSLER. Blue-eyed miss 
. . . packs a terrific wallop — ask any golf ball . . . 
pert, pretty, and just full of ideas . . . "You had 
to be there!" . . . sweet, charming ... "I kid you 
not." 



PATRICIA ANN KIRKLEY. Pat" . . . 
quiet and sincere . . . that's our popular class pres- 
ident . . . laujrhing blue eyes and a smile for all 
. . . Tom's sweet heart . . . "Did you see my dia- 
mond?" . . . einginp star of the Talent Show. 




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DOROTHY MARIE LaBRECQUE. Friend- 
ly, sincere . . . dances up a cool storm . . . "Kids, 
guess who called last night?" . . . late for history 
class? Never! . . . pizza pies . . . "Can I borrow 
your eraser, Laurie?" . . . favorite color is Navyl 



JOYCE MARIAN LARRICK. "Want to 

hear about the program I saw on television last 
night?" . . . TV Star ... a pleasant new addition 
to the dorm ... a sweet, long-lasting friend . . . 
"Anybody have a cigarette?" 





JANE EDITH LePIRE. "Janie" ... a loyal 
friend . . . "Look, my hair is gelling longer!" . . . 
quiet little devil . . . oh, those giggling spells . . . 
"Gollies, any soup for lunch?" . . . neat dresser 
and conscientious worker. 



VIHGIM\ LOl LEVISQl E. Ginger" . . . 
long dark hair . . . full of fun . . . "Oh, lliosr long 
walks!" . . . always gets things done . . . Bay 
Path's C^hrislmas Angel . . . always seen wearing 
a smile. 




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LYNDA JOAN LICIITKH. "Lyn" ... Sweet, 
petite and neat . . . "Sonny" . . . "My hair is mes- 
sy." • • • "Anyone for chocolate ice cream?" . . . 
"What chiss is next?" . . . always a friendly sniile 
and friendly hello. 



THERESA CARDONE LOVOTTI. Our mar- 
ried classmate . . . always willing to lend an ear 
. . . "I'm hungry!" ... a dimpled smile and spark- 
ling eyes . . . "Let's go to Georgia" . . . "Happi- 
ness is a thing called Joe." 





MARILYN MARIE LUBY. "Mai" . . . hap- 
py-go-lucky attitude . . . "It's a red cell?" . . . 
loves Italian food ... a friend in need is a friend 
indeed . . . "Dean's List means cuts." 



ALBERTA MANDELL. "Peachie " . . . spark- 
ling personality . . . life of the party . . . likes Alan, 
bridge, and Alan . . . "Let's do something" . . . in- 
tellij.'enl and inquisitive ... a wonderful girl and 
a true friend. 




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JANET STEDMAN McKEON. "Jan" . . . 
"Oh, honestly." . . . Ipana smile . . . Queen's 
Court . . . what could we do without her advice? 
. . . "Dreamy Eyes" . . . sincerity plus . . . looks 
like a million wherever she is. 



SANDRA ROSEMARIE MEDALLE. "San- 
dy" . . . Queen's attendant at Winter Formal . . . 
a look of innocence . . . has a spaghetti tapeworm 
. . . "Let's go to Zeta Chi!" . . . pretty black hair 
... an understanding friend. 





DORCAS WHITING MOORE. Blonde- 

haired beauty . . . blue mascara . . . those Wes- 
leyan week ends! . . . loves good music . . . adores 
rabbits . . . "Skidmore? — Really?" 



AI>ICK MARIE NAWROCKI. A smart dress- 
er .. . cliarniing modcsly . . . "Let's play cards" 
. . . always docs her studying at the last mimitc 
. . . sparkling blue eyes . . . likes a good party . . . 
a dependable friend. 




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JUDITH ANN NEUMAN. "Judy" . . . petite 
and cute . . . well liked . . . loves bridge and Friend- 
ly's specials . . . has a favorite visitor on Sunday 
afternoons . . . "Did 1 get a letter today?" . . . 
l)i{r blue eyes. 



MARYANN NICHOLS. "Hi, ya schmow- 

head" . . . "Man, dig that hot Chevy" . . . bridge 
whiz . . . loves Italian food and stuffed animals 
... a true friend with a cheerful disposition . . . 
loves those Vermont week ends. 





NOREEN ROSE NORMAND. Witty ... nev- 
er a dull moment with "Nor" around . . . Oh, 
those Worcester week ends! . . . Mr. Hart's effi- 
cient secretary . . . loves food . . . "I'm on a diet." 



TERESA MAHY PANTALEO. Friendly is 
our "Ter". . .little girl with a hot Chev . . ."Let's 
play cards" . . . (^).K., we got another one . . . 
loves Vermont week ends . . . Oh, Dier . . . Any- 
one for Friend I y's? 




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ANNE LOIS PARENDES. Always "Russian" 
to Syracuse . . . Johnny Mathis fan . . . great with 
a "gavel" . . . "Grease your ankles, girls" . . . per- 
sonality, popularity, placid . . . "Hey, kids, I'm 
so excited." . . . always an asset, never a liability. 



JANICE CLAIRE PARENT. "Jan" . . . "Bet- 
ter late than never." . . . "Hey, how 'bout a ride?" 
. . . think only Indians use sign language? — ever 
watch Janice? . . . friendly and sweet . . . "Ah, 
mmm, er, uh, let's see, I bid^re." 





LILLIAN ALICE PARENT. Long blonde hair 
. . . "Hey kids, save a lable!" . . . "Can anyone 
give nie a specimen?" . . . cheeseburgers and cokes 
. . . play cards much or what! . . . "Ray." 



CAROL ANN PAS TOKMKKLO. Ooo. 

Gosh" . . . little girl with a big sinllc . . . ' \\ anna 
get set, partner?" . . . pic for breakfast ... "I 
can't believe it!" ... a trnslworthy friend \\llh :i 
good listening ear . . . Toinniy's cominj; Ikhih-. 




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It VKit VKA CIIKISTINE PATTISON, "IJarh" 
. . . "W lull a riot!" . . . "Sweets" . . . frieiullv and 
l>iil>l>liii^ . . . always ready for a joke . . . ]>artial 
to rVewtoii, (Connecticut, and hloixl crewcuts . . . 
a steadfast, true friend . . . California hound. 



ANDRA MARGARET PEARCE. "Andy" 

. . . cute as a button . . . Queen's Court . . . loves 
coffee frappes . . . "Jan, let's go for a cigaboo." 
. . . "Hey, watch this!" . . . lots of style . . . fun to 
be with. 





MARCIA MARIE PICARD. Nice to look at, 
nicer to know . . . valuable friend to everyone . . . 
so neat and quiet in style . . . pretty smile . . . con- 
scientious, charming and friendly . . . always 
ready for Trinity fun. 



BEVERLY LILLIAN PLONSKI. "Let's go to 
Arizona." . . . rosy cheeks . . . stones in the ap- 
pendix? . . . and "One" . . . sparkling eyes and 
a pretty smile . . . "For Pete's sake" . . . "What 
some people won't do for attention. . . . won- 
derful friend. 




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KATHLEEN PREMO. "Kay" ... The Brat 

. . . little fashion plate . . . witty sarcasm . . . 
loves those Dartmouth men . . . lounge letter 
writer . . . always prefers cats to dogs. 



GLORIA GERTRUDE PROULX. Glee Club 
President . . . personality plus . . . familiar face 
in The Nook . . . "Oh roomies, I just thought of 
something." . . . makes friends easily . . . chat- 
ters constantly. 





MARTHA ELLEN REARDON. The glass of 

fashion, and the mold of form . . . enjoys pro- 
gressive jazz . . . sincere, sympathetic friend . . . 
beautiful eyes ... a letter a day keeps Marty gay. 



NANCY MAE HKISkK. "^ ..n'vc crrtainly got 
problems!" . . . "m'r\()ii>.''-n(iii!"" . . . swrrl. (piict, 
friendly blonde . . . diligent tncdica! . . . smart, 
neat dresser . . . "Let's talk about Cialifornia!"" 




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CAROLE JKAN KK.CH). Sweet, sincere and 
always helpful ... a Kid^efield Ian ... if you 
ean't find her, she's sleeping . . . has her own 
taxi service . . . "What did yon sayi*" . . . always 
signing out to Springfield. 



PATRICIA ROBISON. "Pat" . . . cute and cas- 
ual . . . mad artist . . . Bon Voyage! . . . individ- 



ualist — rules were made to be broken 
kids, he's not my type." 



"But 





BARBARA DIANE ROSS. "Hey, Peruvian! ' 
. . . big friendly smile . . . always on a diet . . . 
favorite color is navy . . . "Hey, a boy, he's cute" 
. . . loves the radio . . . easy to get along with . . . 
everyone's friend . . . hates Springfield College 
men. 



JOAN MARIE ROWLEY. Crazy about UiU 
. . . personality, poise, and "pixie" hair-do . . . 
drives a yellow Chevrolet . . ."Miss Emily Post" 
. . . tall and stately . . . always a smile. 




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MARIE ANNE ST. JOHN. "Little Mud" . . . 
always clowning, always happy . . . cute and con- 
scientious . . . has a friendly smile . . . "You com- 
ing, hey?" . . . loves week ends, wonder why? 
(Dick!) . . . will remember all those phone calls 
from S. C. 



RITA MARIE SANTI. Neat and pretty . . . 

popular with all the guys and gals . . . //2 Party 
Girl of Room 7 ... 11 p.m. — "Guess what, kids, 
I'm not tired!" . . . loves those Italian men, espe- 
cially with that "certain smile." 





CAROLYN LOUISE SCAVO. Vice President 
of Student Council . . . "modest Mollie" . . . 
"you dummy" . . . Siesta Queen of Room 4 . . . 
hit with all the boys . . . beautiful curly hair . . . 
excellent with a paint brush . . . "The light was 
on." 



MARSHA FRKIDA SMKHIFF. What wonl.i 
I do without my coffee break?" . . . "Anyone for 
cards?" . . . your hair looks lighter this morning, 
Marsha! . . . likes cards, midnight snarks . . . 
wonderful friend ... no lipstick in the morning. 




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DONNA IMAHli: SMITH. Always sees the 
hiiiiioroiis side of life . . . nothing ever bothers 
her . . . "Give me a MAN" . . . always has a pack 
of cards ... a quiet and pleasant personality. 



LINDA ELIZABETH SNOW. "I don't have 
enough time." . . . eats a lot . . . "Oh, I guess" 
... all the way from Florida . . . friendly . . . gift 
of gab . . . willing and able to help . . . "Got a 
letter today!" 





SANDRA HELEN SOLIN. Pretty, witty, and 
personality plus . . . "Early to bed, early to rise, 
makes life awfully dull" . . . loves gum, bridge, 
and, of course. Diet — tation ... a sincere girl 
and a true friend. 



PHYLLIS JEAN SPAULDING. "Mouse" . . . 

"I've got to go on a diet tomorrow" . . . viva- 
cious, bubbling, always on the ball . . . always 
ready and willing when help is needed . . . North 
Carolina bound. 




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JOAN LORETTA STADNICKI. Sweet . . . 
loves week ends and polkas . . . silly giggle and 
one dimple . . . "Cas" and AIC . . . famous words: 
"I won't go steady" . . . not as quiet as everybody 
thinks — get to know her! 



VIRGINIA ANN TERRICK. "Ginny ' . . . 
Streamlined . . . her "Whit" is ideal . . . leader- 
ship qualities . . . "Oh, Dear!!!" . . . Enipsall's 
transportation . . . weakness — Separate Shop . . . 
loyal friend . . . ski enthusiast. 





JOYCE GENEVIEVE THOMAS. Always 

cheerful and willing to work . . . daily phone call 
from "Hon" . . . "Anyone for Whist?" . . . nat- 
ural curly hair . . . real newspaperwoman . . . fun 
to he with . . . huiidle of school spirit. 



JEAN LOUISE TOMLINSON. I'ink I'. m 
house Pal . . . any fudge? . . . three million . . . 
friendly, smart, lots of fun ... a letter a da> tlie 
UConn way. 




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TKHKY JANE TKHIMBIILL. "T. J." . . . 

"W ail! Where (lid I leave inv filasses?" . . . "Army 
beat i\avy" . . . loves week ends at West Point, 
butterscotch sundaes, Friday afternoons, and 
danciu'!; . . . wonderful friend with a great per- 
sonality. 



LINDA CHRISTINE USHER. Peppy and 

blue eyed . . . full of life . . . "Just you wait, U. S. 
Army" . . . always has a new hairdo . . . "I'm 
on a diet this week." ... a pleasure to know. 





JUDITH MIRIAM VINCENT. Class Secre- 
tary . . . Annapolis Anchors Away . . . hot fudge 
sundaes . . . beautiful dark hair and eyes . . . 
freckles . . . "When's it gonna snow?" . . . Room 
4's spelling bee queen . . . "Hey, how do you 
spell this word?" 



BAKliARA CLAIR WARNER. J he dorm's 
No. 1 party girl . . . "Hey, kids, I'm in love 
again." . . . terrific dancer . . . tiger . . . stunning 
in our fashion show ... if you're ever in Ridge- 
field, you can find lu-r in Pepies. 




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DIANNE JOY WHITNEY. I'm going to the 
library." . . . beauty and brains . . . the aloof art 
student . . . found in the lounge studying, play- 
ing cards, or sleeping. 



DIANE ROSALIND WINWAKD. Champion 
baton twirler ... a cheerful smile for everyone 
. . . helpful and ambitious . . . favorite pastime, 
Eddie . . . "Turn off the radio" . . . dependable 
friend! 





BARBARA ANN WITZKE. "Stopping by 
Woods on a Snowy Evening" . . . "Come on 
kids, were late" . . . "In maiden meditation, 
fancy free" . . . "Only 72 more hours" . . . faith- 
ful Theta (^hi follower. 



KATIIERINE FI.KNE WOOD. Class Treas- 
urer . . . \\ here iheres laughter — there's Kathy 
. . . lull <>l pep . . . Cape Lover . . . "My lunch is 
gone again!" . . . skiing bound . . . personality 
for success. 




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P.VTKIC.IA KLIZABETII WOOD. Hciter 

known as "Woodnic" . . . blonde bond)8hell . . . 
in the zoo at Forest Park . . . personality plus 
and life of any party . . . "David says — " . . . 



loves shaggy sweaters 



crazy hair 



-do! 



NANCY CAROL WRIGHT. "Wrightnic" . . . 
truthful and kind, modest and shy! . . . just say 
something about "FRED" or Arlington, Ver- 
mont . . . "Gotta go to my big medical meeting." 





PATRICIA KDYTIIP: WRIGHT. "Patti" . . . 
beautiful blonde hair and a friendly greeting . . . 
"Did anybody find a sleigh?" . . . "I'll ask Ron- 
nie" . . . tiptoe through the Boston Cream pie 
. . . "Jessie!" . . . one of Bay Path's finest artists. 



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junior officers 



Marf;ar<'l Moir . . . Treasiirfr 
Judith Dickciiiiian . . . Vice President 
Miss Jo-aniie Ayrc . . . Advisor 
Mary Ellen Delancy . . . Secretary 
Martha Johnson . . . President 



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Ruth Walton 
Joan Bernier 
Barbara Beard 
Nancy Webster 
Patricia Farnham 
Lorene Bebbere 



Madlyn Maruzo 

Joan Pcrfetto 
Martha Johnson 
Gail O'Donnell 
\ ir;.'inia Cjeorges 
ludilh Dickeninan 




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Tondra Manson 
Lanetta Lewis 
Margaret Moir 
Linda Austrom 
Mary Lou Messina 
Mary Ellen Delaney 




^^'U 




(;l(.ii;i Noll- 
I'ricda Dculscli 
Gloria Martantoiiio 
Elizabeth Aninger 
Ann GaK'ie 




Susan Knight 
Eleanor Alberici 
Barbara Bellano 
Martha Matthews 
Marilyn Blanchard 



Judith Ross 
Patricia Griffin 
Helen Hamilton 
Patricia Schuhach 
Jane Kawef:ki 
l> iillijDiii Smith 




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Judith Memmott 
Ruth Shufelt 
Barbara Jolly 
Eileen Mercik 
Joan Trapanese 
Ann Bosco 





( HaiKlia (»r(';;<)ri 
Susan W ar(J 
Kallilccii Toliiii 
Salle (-()nn<>li\ 
Dcaniiu Doinincllo 




Nancy Clark 
Diane Peverley 
Loretta Gross 
Diane Brubaker 



Irene 'Ihomas 
AfJriennc W hitncy 
lirenfla Booth 
Jacqueline Ehlers 
L<»rrainc Paquette 
Susan I,in<J<)ui--l 




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Judith Doyle 
Maureen Macura 
Judith Woltersdorf 
Jacqueline Kerr 
Virginia McDonough 
Anna Mae Grimaldi 








I'alricia Zicinha 
(Catherine Kiiiirkc 
riicresa ( irccliiiii 
Judith J \ ir 
Evelyn J<jaqiiiM 



Il^agg SSSSiLTB 




Judith Taimadge 
Yvonne Labutis 
Patricia O'Malley 
Jocelyn Davis 
Marjorie Vinick 
Joan Hoarle 



Audrey Athoe 
Karen Wentz 
Roherta Haven 
Sandra Krnit 
Mary Ann Pratt 
Patricia Hurkc 




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Barbara Katz 
Beverly Bickford 
Ellen Bastian 
Sheila Hurowitz 
Marie Lupo 
Eleanor Johnson 





Lorraine SiniiiKui-- 
iVIary Lcr I )uli)nr 
Harhara I'iiialli 
Miclu'lenc Schoole 
Linda Molt/. 
Jano Dunn 




Judith LeBeau 
Jean Chenail 
Barbara Sprague 
Mary Ann Worthy 
Geraldine Czaja 



■'TlC'-'^-'y^' 



Teresa Bardzik 
Alice Swiatek 
Joyce Wight 
Judith BiJtterwortli 
Barbara Kolasz 
Patricia Belk 




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Barbara Kilbride 
Susette Terhune 
Carol Tricinella 
Marta Buonafina 





Jean l^llisoii 
Sandra Bruce 
Mary Erie! 
Manila Hrcwcr 
ficlh joliiislone 
I'jllcii riiikcr 







Betty Kittridge 
Janet Wagner 
Carolyn Ketring 
Joyce Wilcox 
Ruth Washburn 
Carol Ceasar 



SuHan HilinHki 
Carolyn HIanchard 
Barbara Welch 
Barbara Hoffman 
Joyce Lucas 




Jean Metzler 
Pamela Smith 
Betsy Noxon 
Gale Seymour 
Linda Sandri 
Dianne Heywood 





Adeline Sacco 
Madeline Hioux 
Janice Hef^^ie 
Pauline W alkcr 
Jeanne Gilardi 
Gail Hull 



memories! 




The conscientious juniors 




Pauline models in the Fashion Show. 




Mr. Clarke's lloola Hoop 




Time out for a refreshing swim. 



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Santa visits Bay Path's Christmas Party. 



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Invadinf; Lake Placid 




The "scholarly"" seniors 




Class Day 



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lOKUMNK VI.MVM l<-.i\ <•< lur pla.-.- at tlu- card tabic to 

I'at liriflin and Klizabcth Aiiin>:er. 

M VKY VSIIK leaves witli licr s«cct. delicate, and scintil- 

Litinj; chortle. 

MKS. CAKOl. VirOHINO leaves to the Junior Class 

lier maiden name. 

MVKCIV lUl.VHVN iea\es lier chair at Fricndly's to 

Barbara kolas/.. 

15.VRB.\R.\ B.\RTON leaves her never-endinfi vim and 
\ ij;or to Eleanor Alheri<"i, Sandra Hrnce and Linda Holtz. 
LINDA BALER leaves her old (lames to Patricia Burke. 
DORISANN BORKOWSKl leaves her after-hour gab 
sessions to Marjorie V inick. 

CATHERINE BOLLUKOS «ills her ambition to help in 
all ways to Mary Ellen Delaney and Joyce Wilcox. 



i^ill 



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WINIFRED BRANDT leaves the trials, tribulations, and 

deadlines of the Portico to Eleanor Johnson. 

JEANNE BRALLT wills her petiteness to Judith LeBeau. 

JANET BREAl'LT leaves her cute ways to Loretta Gross 

and Lorene Bebbere. 

.\NNE BRIGGS leaves her love for lab to Barbara Pinatti, 

Beth Johnstone, and Judith Tyer. 

BEVERLY BROWN leaves her efficiency to Audrey 

Athoe, Martha Johnson, and Brenda Booth. 

NATALIE BURGHOFF leaves her trips to Friendly's 

to Nancy Clark and Kathleen Tobin. 

MARILYN BURNHAM leaves her crutches to some 

lucky Lake Placid ski fan. 

KATHLEEN BURNS leaves her "Gordo" originals to 

anyone who cares enough to send the very best. 

SUSAN BURROWS leaves to Joyce Lucas the right to 
say her favorite poem. 

ANNE BYRNTE leaves her ability to do pantomime to 
Evelyn Joaquin. 

NANCY CALAM leavesherspirit of co-operation to Mary 
Louise Ertel and Nancy Webster. 

PAULINE CLEARY leaves her tall, blonde beaux to Lor- 
raine Paquette. 

JUNE CLOUTIER leaves her knitting needles to Judith 

Memmott and Gloria Nole. 

MARY CODY leaves her influence at "Zeta Chi" with 

Susan Knight. 

MARY CORROW leaves some other diligent medical 

student to Mrs. Busser. 

NANCY CRAMER leaves her every-day-of-the-week 

date night to Diane Peverley. 

MLRIEL CROSS leaves her New Hampshire "lingo" to 

Barbara Beard. 

KAHLLNE DKAKIN leaves her winning smile to Marta 

Hijonafina, Judith 'I'almadge and Judy DeWolfe. 

I'ENEI/JPE DECKER leave« her breakfast to Marie 

Lupo. 

NANCY DK;KS0N leaves }i<r j)la<e in the back of the 

lounge to Claudia Grcgori. 



JANE EICKMEYER leaves her healthy look to Jane Ka- 

wecki and Sandra Kmit. 

FRANCES FALKOWSKI leaves her ability to sew pretty 

clothes to Ruthann Smith. 

KATHLP^EN FARRELL leaves her poise to Maureen Ma- 

cura. 

LAURA- JEAN FORMAGGIONI leaves her jokes to 

Midge Maruzo, Carol Tricinella, and Jacqueline Ehlers. 

GUAY FREDETTE leaves her long-distance phone calls 

to Judith Doyle. 

GAY FROSCH wills her flying fingers in shorthand to 

Joan Trapanese. 

LORRAINE GABRENAS leaves her weekly bus ticket 

to Athol to Marilyn Blanchard. 

BEVERLY GENEREUX leaves her long hair to Gail 

O'Donnell. 

ANNETTE GENOVESE leaves her dry wit to Ellen 

Tinker and Susan Ward. 

ELLEN GERTE leaves her hair dryer to the juniors in the 

little lounge. 

LINDA GLASS wills her ambition to own a sports car to 

Ruth Washburn, Eileen Mercik, and Adrienne Whitney. 

MARGARET GOTTA leaves her dark eyes to Joan Per- 

fetto. 

EILEEN GOULD leaves her easy-going manner to Joan 

Bernier and Martha Matthews. 

SANDRA HAGEN leaves her week ends at Worcester 

to Alice Swiatek. 

FRANCES HAPCOOK leaves her small (?) pocketbook 

to Patricia Ziemba. 

GAIL HASSOM leaves her sense of humor to Janet 

Wagner and Ruth Walton. 

BARBARA HAYNES leaves her naturally blonde hair 

to Salle Connolly. 

NANCY HOUSE wills her "blonde" hair to Ellen Bastian. 

SANDRA HOWARD leaves with all her big plans. 

BARBARA JOHNSON leaves her Titian red hair to 

Sheila Hurowitz and Judith Ross. 

JUDITH KAUFMAN leaves her trips to U-Conn to Sue 

Terhune. 

CAROLE KING leaves her petiteness to Deanna Domi- 

nello. 

LINDA KINSLER and Sandra Solin leave the Presidency 

and Vice-presidency of Trouble, Inc., to Beverly Bickford 

and Betty Kittridge. 



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PATRICIA KIRKLEY wills her U.S.N, pin to hopeful 

Michelene Scheele. 

DOROTHY LaBRECQUE wills her off-campus room in 

Thompsonville to some lucky student. 

JOYCE LARRICK leaves her gray hair to some worried 

junior. 

JANE LePIRE leaves her giggling spells to Mariiee Du- 

four and her quiet ways to Barbara Welch. 

VIRGINIA LEVESQUE leaves her halo to next year's 

Christmas Angel. 

LYNDA LIGHTER leaves her neat appearance to Betsy 

Noxon and Barbara Hoffman. 

MRS. THERESA LOVOTTI leaves all her old letters to 

some lonesome junior and hopes that they will bring as 

much happiness to her. 

MARILYN LUBY leaves her infectious laugh to Jane 

Dunn and Jeanne Gilardi. 

JANET McKEON leaves her stately walk to Patricia 

Schubach and Rhoda Smith. 

ALBERTA MANDELL leaves her place on the Dean's 

List to Margaret Moir and Barbara Bellano. 

SANDRA MEDALLE leaves her conscientiousness to 

Pauline Walker and Mary Ann Worthy. 

DORCAS MOORE leaves her curiosity to Joan Hoarle 

and Dianne Heywood. 

ALICE NAWROGKI leaves her flair for modeling to 

Mary Lou Messina and Linda Sandri. 

JUDITH NEUMAN leaves her attractiveness to Judith 

Dickenman. 

MARYANN NICHOLS leaves her place in the fashion 

shows to Helen Hamilton, Gloria Marcantonio, and Lan- 

etta Lewis. 

NOREEN NORMAND leaves Mr. Hart's slides mixed up. 

TERESA PANTALEO leaves her parking space in the 
teachers' parking lot to Ann Bosco and Ann Gagne. 
ANNE PARENDES wills her "Skimmer" to any girl visit- 
ing Syracuse. 

JANICE PARENT leaves her "serious attitude" to Patri- 
cia O'Malley and Tondra Manson. 

LILLIAN PARENT leaves her right to reserve seats in 
the little lounge to Jocelyn Davis. 

CAROL PASTOR MELO leaves her "tact" to Gale Sey- 
mour and Jean Chenail. 

BARBARA PATTISON leaves with pleasure. 
ANDRA PEARCE leaves her place in the Flower Show 
to Lorraine Simmons. 

MARCIA I'ICARI) leaves her one-way ticket to I'rinity 
to Madeline Rioux and l{utli Shufelt. 

BEVERLY PLONSKI leaves her lab e(|uipinent to Vir- 
ginia Georges and Roberta Haven. 

KATHLEEN PREMO leaves her dogs, I'atrick, Mi.l.a.-I, 

Dorothy, Estelle, Evelyn, and Quick Step to Blaze. 

GLORIA PROHLX leaves her friendliness to Joyce Wight 

and Mary Ann Pratt. 

MARTHA KEARDON leaves her stylish wanin.l..- lo 

Pamela Smith. 

NANCY KEISKE leaves her MayhclliiK- cvcbrou pencil 

to Patricia Farnham. 




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CAROLE RICCIO leaves her taxi service to Teresa 
Bardzik and Carolyn Blanchard. 

PATRICIA ROBISON leaves her carefreeness to Jean 
Metzler, Geraldine Czaja, and Linda Austrom. 
DIANE ROSS leaves her foreign origin to Carolyn 
Ketring. 

JOAN ROWLEY leaves her height to Judith Butter- 
worth and Barbara Katz. 

MARIE ST. JOHN leaves a year's supply of Blue Line 

bus tickets to Barbara Sprague. 

RITA SANTI leaves her stylish shoes to Theresa Cec- 

chini. 

CAROLYN SCAVO leaves her love problems to Diane 

Brubaker. 

MARSHA SHERIFF leaves her "bottle of sunshine" to 

Karen Wentz. 

DONNA SMITH leaves her Marriage and Family term 

paper material to Ann Belk. 

LINDA SNOW leaves Florida for Boston. 
PHYLLIS SPAULDING leaves her perpetually emi)ty 
wallet to Judith Woltersdorf. 

JOAN STADNICKI leaves her quiet ways to "^ voime 
Labutis. 

VIRGINIA TERRICK leaves on her skis for Cornell. 
JOYCE THOMAS leaves enthusiasm uboul the news- 
paper to Adeline Sacco. 

JEAN TOMLINSON leaves her blue nail polish lo Susan 
Lindquist. 

TERRY TRUMBULL leaves a well-used n.a.l map to 
West Point, Bowdoin, and U-Coiui to Virginia McDonough. 
LINDA I SHER leaves her interest in Springfield College 
lo Jean J^llison, Susan ililinski, and ('arol (iaesar. 
JUDITH VINCENT leaves h.r |.r.-ll> .-yes lo Iricda 
Deulsch. 

B\RRARA W\RNKR lcaN,s h.-r Ir^cr- [,, next year's oc- 
cupants of Room j/l. 

DIANNE WHITNE'^' leaves lier arli.-Uc ahilily I.; Bar- 

liara kilhride. 

1)1 AN \ W INW \l{l) leaves h.-r l.aK.t, tuirlin- afiililv In 

Barbara .|.>llx. 

RARI{VH\ WnZKI'; Icav.-s In-,- \u,u\„- I., -.,„,,■ ,,,.!.. r- 

tiinate off-campus stiiilciil. 

KATIIFRIM'; WOO!) l.-av,- 1,.-, inll.ni.r,,,, .i,-|„,-,ii..,i 

to (iatheriiie Roiirkc. 

l'\'rRI(:I\ wool) lr.l^r■- ^^ll,,l^ Icll ,,1 her ll.lir I., 
AiineMae (rriinaMi. 

NANCY WRKiirr uills lo Irene jlu.ni,!- lln- n,lir L. 
alli-Tiil I'.l.l . 1 I ririHJlv's) every night durin;; llic li..rn- d 
')::!() lo ll)::50 [).in. 

PATRICIA \!tRI(;HT wills her '( irudlcN -• .,,,,1 -^illinfi 
1 inus to Janice 1 lei^i^ie. 




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student council 



Yvonne Labutis . . . Junior Commuter Representative 
Barbara Beard . . . Junior Student Aid Representative 
Diane Peverley . . . Junior Dormitory Representative 
Virginia Georges . . . Jimior Off-Campus Representative 



Janet Brcault . 
Carolyn Scavo . 
Anne Parendes . 
Tiarl)ara \nnan 



I rcasurer 
. \ ice Prt'sidcnt 
. President 
. . Secrctarv 



Anne lirifigs . . . Senior Dormitory li('f)rc>('iitaliv«' 
Sandra llagen . . . Senior Off-Campiis Kcprc.-cniative 
Jane Eickmeyer . . . Senior Student Aid Hepn'sentative 
Joyce Larrirk . . . Senior Commuter T?i'prescntati% r 



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enipsall hall officers 




Nancy Clark . . . Assistant Social Chairman 
Catherine Boulukos . . . President 



Virginia Terrick 
Marilyn Luby . , 
Muriel Cross . . 
Diane Brubaker 
Diane Peverley . 
Miss Ruth Goss 



. . Social Chairman 
. Secretary-Treasurer 
Senior Representative 
, . . Vice President 
. . Junior Representative 
, . . House Director 



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outing club officers 




Jane Eickmeyer . . . Treasurer 
Harhara IJollano . . . Serretary 
Virginia rcrrick . . . President 
Diane Peverley . . . Vice President 



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hourglass 




Barbara Annan . 
Kathleen Farrell 
Margaret Moir . 
Nancy Cramer . 
Janet Breault . . 
Loretta Gross . . 



. . Make-up Editor 
. . Literary Editor 
. Assistant Editor-in-Chief 
. Editor-in-Chief 
Typing Editor 
Assistant Make-up Editor 



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poi* 



Eleanor Johnson . . . Assistant I'rodm lioti Iditor 
Linda Sandri . . . Assistant l'li()l()<;ra|ili\ lidilor 

Assistant \rl liditor 

Literary I diinr 
. \ssistant l,itcrar\ I (litcw 

. IMiolograpli) lidilor 

. . Art Etlitor 

. . Prodtiction IMilor 

. . J:idilor-in-CJhicl 



Janicx' ileggie . . 
Mary Corrow . . 

Rarltara Kolasz 
(ilia) Ircdi'ttf . 
I'atricia Wright 
Mania fJalahaii 
Winifred Brandt 



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iilee club 




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K. 



Gloria Proulx . . . President 
Irene Thomas . . . Librarian 



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ikvinter formal queen 




Beverly Genereux . . . Senior Attcdihnii 
Maureen Macura . . . Junior Allitiilanl 
liarbara Jolly . . . (^uorn 
Lorraine Simmons . . . Junior \ll(ii(latil 
Sandra Medalle . . . Senior ViicndaMt 



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queen and court 




Seated: Anne Briggs, Attendant; Martha Keardon, Queen; Andra Pearce, Attendant. Standinp,: 
Kathleen Premo, Deanna Dominello, Pamela Smith, Maureen Macura, Karen Wentz, Ellen Gerte. 



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queen martha 




martha reardon 



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dirc^etor^ 



fa«'iiUT and Niaff 



OR. SETH ARSENIAN 

75 South Branch Parkway 

SpriiiglicUi. Massachusetts 
MISS JOANNE AVRE 

tOl East Market Street 

IkMhlehein. l'enns\ haiiia 
MRS. CRAIG BAILLIEUL 

-IS Rankin A\cnuc 

East Longnieadow, Massachusetts 
MISS ALICE E. BR.\DLEY 

128 Morgan Street 

Holyoke. Massachusetts 
MRS. ROBERT BUSSER 

95 Oakwood Drive 

Longmcadow, Massachusetts 
MR. 1 HOMAS G. CARR 

1388 I.ongmeadow Street 

Loiigineadow, Massachusetts 
MISS JANE C. CLANCY 

71 Longhill Street 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
MR. PHILIP CLARKE 

17 \illa Street 

Longnieadow, Massachusetts 
MISS CONSTANCE De MUZIO 

1 1 Rock Glen Road 

Medford, Massachusetts 
MISS MARGARET E. DICK 

49 Fort Pleasant Avenue 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
MISS MARGARET K. DONAHUE 

80 Mansur Street 

Lowell. Massachusetts 
MR. MILO GALBRAITH, 
Associate Dean 

536 Longmeadow Street 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
.MISS RUTH E. GOSS 

169 East Central Street 

Natick, Massachusetts 
MR.S. JAMES GREENWOOD 

1 1 Longfellow Drive 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
.MRS, JAMES L. GUION 

35 Ri\erview Terrace 

Springfield, Massachusetts 
MR. ARTHUR A. HART 

39 Edgewofxl Avenue 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
MISS DORIS C. HOUGHTON 

23 West Main Street 

Erving, Massachusetts 
MR. HUBERT W. KREGELOH 

158 .Maple Street 

Sprirjgfiekl, .Massachusetts 
MRS. WILBUR I. LOCKE 

H Carnpus Place 

Springfield, Ma-isachusetts 
MRS. IHOMAS J. McGOVERN, JR. 

292 Union Street 

Springfield, .Massachusetts 
MRS. CHARLES .McKPlE 

588 I^jiigmeadow Street 

I>ongrneadow, .Vla.s.sachusctts 



MRS. noNAl.n C. MERRIFIELD 

11.'2 Dwight Road 
Springfield, Massachusetts 

MRS. DANIEL F. MURPHY 

29 Franklin Road 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
MR. WILLIAM PALMER 

East Longmeadow Road 

Hampden, Massachusetts 
MRS. KENNETH SEATON 

206 Hazardville Road 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
MR. RICHARD VAN HEUSEN 

I4I0 Main Street 

Agawain, Massachusetts 
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH WENDER 

646 Shaker Road 

Longnieadow, Massachusetts 
MISS ALMA WHITFORD, Dean 

588 Longmeadow Street 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
MRS. ALFRED WOOD 

94 Mill Road 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
MRS. WILFRED WRIGHT 

31 Leetewood Drive 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



seniors 



birthday 



ALBANI, LORRAINE 

276 Gillette Avenue 

Springfield, Mass. February 16 

ASHE, MARY 

91 Bloomfield Street 

Springfield, Mass. August 30 

AUTORINO, CAROL 

497 Converse Street 

Longmeadow, Mass. June 4 

BALABAN, MARCIA 

99 Dayton Street 

Springfield, Mass October 4 

BARTON, BARBARA 

57 Del Terrace 

Meriden, Conn. October 6 

BAUER, LINDA 

81 Robbins Drive 

Wethersfield, Conn. March 4 

BORKOWSKI, DORISANN 

178 Camp Street 

Meriden, Conn. October 13 

BOULUKOS, CATHERINE 

460 South First Street 

Lindenhurst, L.I., New York 

December 5 
BRANDT, WINIFRED 

97 Kane Street 

Springfield, Ma.ss. December 5 

BRAULT, JEANNE 

165 North Main Street 

East Longmeadow, Mass. 

September 28 
BREAULT, JANET 

210 Water Street 

Naugatuck, Conn. November 20 

BRIGGS, ANNE 

155 Westland Avenue 

West Hartford, Conn. January 23 
(A 



BROWN, BEVERLY 
High Street 
West Warren, Mass. February 24 

BURGHOFF, NATALIE 

175 Mt. Vernon Avenue 
Waterbury, Conn. January 6 

BURNHAM, MARILYN 
Pleasant Valley Road 
South Windsor, Conn. 

November 14 
BURNS, KATHLEEN 
Cottage Street 

New Hartford, Conn. May 27 

BURROWS, SUSAN 
Old Watertown Road 
Woodbury, Conn. July 10 

BYRNIE, ANNE 
Scoville Hill 

Torrington, Conn. December 4 

CALAM, NANCY 
53 Clinton Avenue 
Ossining, New York April 29 

CLEARY, PAULINE 
55 Blaine Street 

Springfield, Mass. June 21 

CLOUTIER, JUNE 
299 Parker Street 

Manchester, Conn. November 17 
CODY, MARY LOUISE 
320 Ridge Road 

Wethersfield, Conn. January 16 

CORROW, MARY 
43 School Street 

Windsor Locks, Conn. August 5 

CRAMER, NANCY 
60 Cherry Hill 

Holyoke, Mass. July 23 

CROSS, MURIEL 

Kingston, N.H. February 26 

DEAKIN, KARLENE 
13 First Street 

Danbury, Conn. May 9 

DECKER, PENELOPE 
28 Cold Spring Drive 
Bloomfield, Conn. October 25 

DICKSON, NANCY 
89 Warren Terrace 
Longmeadow, Mass. November 9 
EICKMEYER, JANE 
56 Milbank Avenue 
Greenwich, Conn. December 13 

FALKOWSKI, FRANCES 
Ratley Road 

West Suffield, Conn. October 13 
FARRELL, KATHLEEN 
558 Main Street 

Dalton, Mass. July 25 

FORMAGGIONI, LAURA JEAN 
92 Belleview Avenue 
Torrington, Conn. June 18 

FREDETTE GUAY 
5 Beaufort Circle 

Springfield, Ma.ss. July 5 

FROSCH, GAY 
65 Maple Avenue 

Windsor, Conn. August 31 

GABRENAS, LORRAINE 
257 Crescent Street 
Athol, Ma.ss. January 29 



GENEREUX, BEVERLY 

3 Brookside Avenue 

Claremont, N.H. October 25 

GENOVESE, ANNETTE 

265 Fenn Street 

Pittsfield, Mass. July 26 

GERTE, ELLEN 

498 Sherwood Place 

Stratford, Conn. November 7 

GLASS, LINDA 

31 Sulgrave Road 

West Hartford, Conn. September 29 
GOTTA, MARGARET 

125 Boston Road 

Springfield, Mass. June 17 

GOULD, EILEEN 

98 Brooklyn Street 

North Adams, Mass. April 22 

HAGEN, SANDRA 

83 Brighton Avenue 

Pittsfield, Mass. July 9 

HAPCOOK, FRANCES 

27 Elwood Drive 

Springfield, Mass. June 5 

HASSOM, GAIL 

Leonard Street 

Bennington, Vermont August 14 
HAYNES, BARBARA 

32 Apadina Parkway 

Pittsfield, Mass. July 31 

HOUSE, NANCY 

106 Longhill Street 

Springfield, Mass. February 28 

HOWARD, .SANDRA 

Roxbury, Conn. September 9 

JOHNSON, BARBARA 

10 Goddard Court 

Orange, Mass. May 20 

KAUFMAN, JUDITH 

3 Olmsted Drive 

Springfield, Mass. February 28 

KING, CAROLE 

304 Edge wood Street 

Hartford, Conn. June 14 

KINSLER, LINDA 

200 Crcstview Circle 

Longmcadow, Mass. June 1 

KIRKLEY, PATRICIA 

99 Maple Street 

East Longmcadow, Mass. 

December 25 
LaBRECQUE, DOROTHY 

100 Pythian .'\ venue 

Torrington, Cotni. .September 23 
I.ARRICK. JOYCE 

3 Ewell .\vcnuc 

Lexington, Mass. March 18 

I cPlRE, JANE 

103 Pleasant Street 

Windsor. Conn. .April 17 

I.KVESQUE, VIRGINIA 

18 Pine Street 

.Adams, Mass. Ji'nt- 29 

I ICHTER, LYNDA 

66 Noel Street 

Springfield. Mass. March I 

LOVOT ri. I HERESA 

232 Elm Street 

Agawam, Mass. May 13 

LUBY. MARILYN 

162 Lake Street 

Shrewsbury. Ma.ss. November 10 



McKEON, JANET 

167 Harbor Street 

Branford, Conn. January 31 

MANDELL, ALBERTA 

28 Bryant Street 

Springfield, Mass. Ju'y 6 

MEDALLE, SANDRA 

51 Oak Street 

Ludlow, Mass. August 9 

MOORE, DORCAS 

744 Stony Hill Road 

Wilbraham, Mass. September 3 

NAWROCKI, ALICE 

28 Jennings Street 

Chicopee Falls, Mass. August 1 

NEUMAN, JUDITH 

36 Tunxis Road 

Bristol, Conn. September 17 

NICHOLS, MARYANN 

25 State Street 

Monson, Mass. March 2 

NORMAND, NOREEN 

37 Mill Creek Road 

Branford, Conn. May 30 

PANTALEO, TERESA 

267 Porter Street 

Manchester, Conn. August 4 

PARENDES, ANNE 

450 South Quaker Lane 

West Hartford, Conn. December 24 
PARENT, JANICE 

58 Savoy Avenue 

Springfield, Mass. May 6 

PARENT. LILLIAN 

86 Day Street 

West Springfield, Mass. April 8 

PASTORMERLO, CAROL 

19 Whiton Street 

Windsor Locks, Conn. June 16 

PATTISON, BARBARA 

161 Kensington Avenue 

New Britain, Conn. March 7 

PEARCE, ANDRA 

8 Elmcrest Terrace 

Norwalk, Conn. November 24 

PICARD, MARCIA 

69 Lancaster Road 

Bristol, Conn. October 24 

PLONSKI, BEVERLY 

Gay Street 

Sharon. Conn. fune 8 

PRF.MO. KATHLEEN 

43 Burton Street 

Springfield, Ma.ss. February 1 

PROULX, GLORIA 

90 Sayles Street 

Southbridge, Mass. necember 28 

REARDON, MARTHA 

54 Euclid Street 

Flartford, Conn. December 2 

RFISKE. NANCY 

72 Locust .Avenue 

Danbury, Conn. May 18 

RICCIO. CAROLE 

353 Brewer Street 

Fast Hartford. Conn Xiitiust 31 

ROBISON. PA'I RK 1 \ 

Sugar Hill. Dairy Farm 

East Wallingford. \l. Mnnh il 

ROSS. DIANE 

c/o American Embassy 

Lima, Peru \iif;ust 18 

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ROWLEY, JOAN 

215 Dorset Street 

Springfield, Mass. October 18 

ST. JOHN, MARIE 

Taylor Hill 

Jewett City, Conn. February 10 

SANTI, RITA 

19 So. Whittlesey Avenue 

Wallingford, Conn. October 8 

SCAVO, CAROLYN 

297 Eagle Street 

North Adams, Mass. September 20 
SHERIFF. MARSHA 

109 Carver Street 

Springfield, Mass. July 19 

SMITH, DONNA 

10 Nye Street 

Rockville, Conn. July 17 

SNOW, LINDA 

515 Flagler Boulevard 

Lake Park, Florida January I 

SOLIN, SANDRA 

33 Olmstead Drive 

Springfield, Mass. November 26 

SPAULDING, PHYLLIS 

Cleveland .A\enue 

South Shaftsbury, Vt. August 1 1 
STADNICKL JOAN 

R.F.D. 1 

Jewett City, Conn. October 25 

TERRICK, VIRGINIA 

Washington, Conn. February 9 

THOMAS, JOYCE 

134 Fernclift Avenue 

Springfield, Mass. .April Hi 

TOMLINSOX, JEAN 

R F.D. 2 

Southbiny, Conn. October 29 

IRUMBULL, TERRY 

79 Birchwood A\enue 

Longmcadow, Mass. April 28 

USHER, LINDA 

74 Trumbull A\rniie 

Plainville, Ojihi. July 21 

VINCENT, JUDITH 

14 Greenougli Place 

Newport, R.I. .April 27 

WARNER, BARBARA 

17 Gilbert Street 

Ridgefield, Coiui. October .'1 

WHITNEY. DIANNE 

Powder Ridge Road 

Ha/ard\ille. CJoini. May 6 

WINWARD. DIAN.\ 

174 Brilt Road 

East Hartford. Clonn. jimc 21 

WIT/.KE, BARBARA 

62 Roberts Street 

New Britain, C;oiui. 
WOOD. KAI IIFRINE 
13 Bacon Road 

Spriiigfiehl. Mass. 
WOOD. PA I RICIA 

Arlington. Vermont [idy 27 

WRIGH I. NANCA 

Arlington. \(inuini Ma\ _ 

WRK.H I. PA I RICIA 

89 LaSalle Street 

East Longmcadow, Mass. .April x 



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Al.BERICl. ELEANOR 

■_'^) South Main Slrcoi 

Wiiiiisor Links. Conn. Oiiobcr 6 
A.MNt.ER. ELI/-\BETH 

101 Pumam Avenue 

Hanulen. Conn. March 7 

ATHOE. Al DREY 

Karnuni Road 

Lakc\illc. Conn. November 13 

Al STRONf. LINDA 

.i9 Gifford Road 

West Hartford. Conn. Februarv 10 
BARDZIK. TERESA 

S<X) Slieridan Street 

Chicof>ee Falls. Mass. October 14 
BASTLAN, ELLEN 

521 Gotham Street 

\Vatertown. N.Y. February 15 

BEARD. BARBAR-\ 

71 \allev Street 

Keene. N.H. April 4 

BEBBERE, LORENE 

203 Culvert Street 

Torrington, Conn. 'January 7 

BELK. P.\TRICL\ ANNE 

98 Mt. Pleasant Avenue 

West Springfield, Mass. September 8 
BELLANO. BARBAR.A 

17 Mulberrv Street 

Agawam. Mass. April 26 

BERNIER, JOAN 

891 New Britain .Avenue 

Hartford. Conn. July 21 

BICKFORD. BEVERLY 

20 South Highland Street 

AVest Hartford, Conn. August 19 
BLANCHARD, CAROLYN 

30 Siher Street 

Wen Springfield. Mass. March 4 

BLANCHARD, MARILYN 

62 Lenox Circle 

Athol, Mass. .August 1 

BOOTH, BRENDA 

24 Highland Avenue 

Centerdale, R.I. November 30 

BOSCO, ANN 

Weymouth Road 

Thompson\ille, Conn. June 9 

BREWER, MARTHA JANE 

Canaan, Conn.— P.O. 

Mill River. Mass. June 6 

BRLBAKER, DIANE 

902 Buttonwood Street 

Emmaus, Penn. February 15 

BRLCE, SANDR.A 

74 Hayes .Avenue 

West Springfield, Mass. November 2 
BUONAFINA, MARTA 

6 A Avenue 12-34, Zone 9 

Guatemala City, Guatemala 

Central America January 5 

BLRKE, PATRICIA 

74 Wclj-s Road 

Wethcrsficid, Conn. March 14 

I'.LTTERWORTH, JUDITH 

116 Robin Road 

West Hartford, Conn. January 3 



CAESAR, CAROL 

t;rcen Hill Road 

Maiiison. Conn. .August 4 

CECCHINI, THERESA 

49 Darling Street 

Indian Orchard. Mass. January 5 
CHENAIL. JEAN 

9 Beech Street 

.Adams, Mass. May 24 

CLARK, NANCY 

71 Parkwood Boulevard 

Mansfield, Ohio September 18 

CONNOLLY, SALLE 
137 Hynes .Avenue 
Groton, Conn. February 8 

CZAJA, GERALDINE 
Flynn Lane 
Middletown, Conn. July 14 

DAVIS, JOCELYN 

42 Maple Street 

Hazardville, Conn. May 3 

DELANEY, M.ARY ELLEN 

96 Margarite Road 

Middletown, Conn. August 24 

DE MOYA, RAQUEL 

San German 513 

Santiago de Cuba 

Oriente, Cuba January 21 

DEUTSCH, FRIEDA 

215 Market Street 

New Britain, Conn. July 3 

DeWOLFE, JUDITH 

1 14 Greenacre Avenue 

Longmeadow, Mass. June 19 

DICKENMAN, JUDITH 

463 Main Street 

Norwich, Conn. August 30 

DOMINELLO, DEANNA 

Yale Avenue 

Wallingford, Conn. December 15 

DOYLE, JUDITH 

38 Thornton Drive 

Newington, Conn. June 2 

DUFOUR, MARILEE 

Bostwick Street 

Lakeville, Conn. November 22 

DUNN, JANE 

16 Chamberlain Road 

Wethersfield, Conn. January 10 

EHLERS, JACQUELINE 

27 Carll Road 

Middletown, Conn. January 11 

ELLISON, JEAN 

77 Foster Road 

South Windsor, Conn. April 15 

ERTEL, MARY LOUISE 

21 King Street 

Rockville, Conn. May 3 

FARNHAM, PATRICIA 

156 South Main Street 

Barre, Vermont March 11 

GAGNE, ANN 

104 Union Street 

Rockville, Conn. January 8 

GEORGES, VIRGINIA 

340 Commonwealth Avenue 

New Britain, Conn. .April 6 

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GILARDI, JEANNE 

25 AUlen Avenue 

Piitsfield, Mass. January 17 

t;RE(;ORI, CLAUDIA 

129 Stafford Street 

Stafford Springs, Conn. December 31 

(;riffin, pafricia 

138 St. Jerome Avenue 

Holyoke, Mass. June 18 

GRIMALDI, ANNAMAE 

Washington Street 

Plainville, Conn. August 5 

GROSS, LORETTA 

121 Granthiew Avenue 

\Vhite Plains, New York March 25 
HAMILTON, HELEN 

45 Wolcott Street 

Holyoke, Mass. February 24 

HAVEN, ROBERTA 

20 Blackberry Lane 

Chatham, Mass. March 18 

HEGGIE, JANICE 

64 Meadow Street 

North Adams, Mass. March 25 

HEYWOOD, DIANNE 

295 Prospect Street 

Wethersfield, Conn. August 15 

HILINSKI, SUSAN 

249 Washington Street 

Forestville, Conn. November 17 

HOARLE, JOAN 

32 Vincent Street 

Springfield, Mass. April 12 

HOFFMAN, BARBARA 

36 Poplar Avenue 

West Springfield, Mass. January 4 
HOLTZ, LINDA 

Drumlin Road 

Westport, Conn. November 30 

HUROWITZ, SHEILA 

24 Darien Street 

Hartford, Conn. July 26 

JOAQUIN, EVELYN 

7 Acton Street 

Indian Orchard, Mass. October 29 
JOHNSON, ELEANOR 

25 Pax ton Road 

West Hartford, Conn. September 9 
JOHNSON, MARTHA 

22 Nowell Road 

Melrose, Mass. June 1 1 

JOHNSTONE, BETH 

391 Ashburnham Street 

Fitchburg, Mass. November 19 

JOLLY, BARBARA 

7 Thomas Street 

Thompsonville, Conn. June 1 

KATZ, BARBARA 

60 Winter Street 

Pittsfield, Ma.ss. February 18 

KAWECKI, JANE 

69 Amherst Street 

Ludlow, Mass. August 12 

KERR, JACQUELINE 

1301 -47th Street 

LaGrange, Illinois June 14 

KETRING, CAROLYN 

Alba S.A. 

Caixa Postal 438 

Sao Paulo, Brazil July 31 



KILBRIDE, BARBARA 

2039 Page Boulevard 

Indian Orchard, Mass. August 11 
KITTRIDGE, BETTY 

115 Belleclaire Avenue 

Longmeadow, Mass. March 23 

KMIT, SANDRA 

5 Petticoat Hill 

Williamsburg, Mass. January 16 

KNIGHT, .SUSAN 

35 New Acres Road 

Keene, N.H. August 26 

KOLASZ, BARBARA 

130 Delaney Avenue 

Chicopee, Mass. August 10 

LABUTIS, YVONNE 

10 Main Street 

Hazardville, Conn. January 4 

LeBEAU, JUDITH 

16 Leonard Street 

Adams, Mass. April 23 

LEWIS, LANETTA 

Stamford, Vt. November 7 

LINDQUIST, SUSAN 

25 Rockledge Drive 

West Hartford, Conn. June 6 

LUCAS, JOYCE 

29 Winding Lane 

East Hartford, Conn. May 9 

LUPO, MARIE 

60 Gilbert Avenue 

Bloomfield, Conn. January 30 

MACURA, MAUREEN 

44 Hortense Street 

Stratford, Conn. January 31 

MANSON, TONDRA 

R.F.D. No. 1 

North .Adams, Mass. September 10 
MARCANTONIO, GLORIA 

27 Funston -Avenue 

Torrington, Conn. April 25 

MARUZO, MADLYN 

43 McKinley Avenue 

Norwich, Conn. September 25 

MATTHEWS, MARTHA 

9 Wilder Street 

Keene, New Hampshire 

December 27 
McDONOUC;H, VIRGINIA 

520 Melrose Avenue 

South Plainfield, N.J. February 24 
' MEMMOTT, JUDITH 

Kimberly Lane 

South Glastonbury. Conn. .April 26 
MERCIK. EILEEN 

Bridge Lane 

Ihoinpsoruillc. Coim. February 5 
MESSINA. MARY LOU 

662 Wolcott Hill Road 

Wethersficld. Conn. December 15 
METZLFR. J FAN 

206 Burba Ilk Road 

Longmeadow, Mass. December 4 

MOIR. MARGARET 

229 Manchester Street 

Hartford, Conn. September 3 

NOLE, GLORIA 

65 Cherry Street 

W'aterbury. Conn. August 8 



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23 Highview Terrace 

Bethel, Conn. 
ODONNELL, GAIL 

18 Calvin Terrace 

Northampton, Mass. 
OMALLEY, PATRICIA 

40 Oregon Street 
Springfield, Mass. 

PAQUETTE, LORRAINE 

37 Crown Street 

Westfteld, Mass. 
PERFETTO, JOAN 

7 Washington Street 

Plainville, Conn. 
PEVERLEY, DIANE 

Sanbar Cabanas 

3000 Gulf Boulevard 

Belleair Beach, Florida 
PINATTl, BARBAR.A 

14 Whiton Street 

Windsor Locks, Conn. 
PRATT, MARY ANN 

Hall's Ground 

Clarksburg, Mass. 
RIOUX, MADELEINE 

37 Arlington Road 

West Hartford, Conn. 
ROSS, JUDITH 

483 Pleasant Street 

Holyoke, Mass. 
ROURKE, CATHERINE 

743 White Street 

Springfield, Mass. 
SACCO, ADELINE 

23 Veazie Street 

North Adams, Mass. 
SANDRI, LINDA 

41 Conway Street 
Shelburne Falls, Mass. 

SCHEELE, MICHELENE 

North Street 

Windsor Locks, Conn. 
SCHUBACH, PATRICIA 

60 Columbus Avenue 

Holyoke, Mass. 
SEYMOUR, GALE 

12Cros,shilI Road 

West Hartford, Conn. 
SHUFELT, RUTH 

72 Midian .Avenue 

Windsor, Conn. 
SIMMONS. LORRAINE 

835-68th Street 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 
SMITH, PAMELA 

40 Church Street 

Shelburne Falls, Mass. 
SMI FH, RHODA 

4 Sliliwold Drive 

Welhcrslield. Conn. 
SMFFH. RUTHANN 

2.36 Main Street 

Warchou.se Point. C.otw 
SPRAGUE. BARBARA 

R.F.D. No. 2 

Willimantic, Conn. 
SWIATEK. ALICE 

127 Waile .\venuc 

Chicopee Falls, Mass. 
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TALMADGE, JUDITH 

18 Mountain view Street 

Springfield, Mass. April 4 

TERHUNE, SUSETTE 

Taconic Road 

Salisbury, Conn. April 30 

THOMAS, IRENE 

21 Orchard Street 

Portland, Maine June 29 

TINKER, ELLEN 

66 Laurel Road 

West Springfield, Mass. December 11 
TOBIN, KATHLEEN 

Fen ton Road 

Stafford Springs, Conn. August 11 
TRAPANESE, JOAN 

39 Church Street 

Thompsonville, Conn. February 20 
TRICINELLA, CAROL 

24 Highland Avenue 

Agawam, Mass. January 31 

TYER, JUDITH 

51 Hartford Terrace 

Springfield, Mass. July 24 

VINICK, MARJORIE 

68 Virginia Street 

Springfield, Mass. April I 

WAGNER, JANET 

1 Walker Street 

.Augusta, Maine August 1 

WALKER, PAULINE 

93 Littel Acres Road 

Glastonbury, Conn. December 23 
WALTON, RUTH 

845 Wethersfield Avenue 

Hartford, Conn. October 4 

WARD, SUSAN 

285 South Avenue 

New Canaan, Conn. March 9 

WASHBURN, RUTH 

404 Main Street 

SufTield, Conn. December II 

WEBSTER, NANCY 

2 Overlook Drive 

AV'ilbraham, Ma.ss. November 29 

WELCH, BARBARA 

293 Lancaster .Avenue 

\Vcst Springfield, Mass. |anu;n\ I 
WENTZ. KAREN 

50 Park Drive 

I'orrington, Conn. Januarv 13 

WHrrNEY, ADRIENNE 

Birch Bluff Road 

Westficid, Ma.ss. January 9 

WIGHT. JOYCE 

24 Kings Highway 

West Springfield. Mass. April 28 

wii,c;ox. jovc:e 

Griffin Road 

West Sufficld, Conn. October 21 

WOLTERSDORF, H mill 

BirchwfKxl Road 

Windsor, Conn. September 8 

\\()RI HY. MARY ANN 

White Oaks Road 

Williamstown. Mavs. September I I 
ZIEMBA. PATRICIA 

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.Agawam, Mass. March 17 




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